Awareness, perceptions and practices of voluntary blood donations in central and northern Tanzania

Published: 25 November 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xbvnv2szch.1
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Lina Finda

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Structured survey questionnaire conducted with residents of Mpanda and Moshi districts in central and Northern Tanzania about their awareness, perceptions and practices of voluntary blood donations. Also, there is data that assesses the amount of blood collected in blood banks in the two districts. Additionally, there is qualitative data that explores opinions and recommendations of stakeholders on the need to improve voluntary blood donations in the two districts.

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Structured survey questionnaire conducted with residents of Mpanda and Moshi districts in central and Northern Tanzania about their awareness, perceptions and practices of voluntary blood donations. Also, there is data that assesses the amount of blood collected in blood banks in the two districts. Additionally, there is qualitative data that explores opinions and recommendations of stakeholders on the need to improve voluntary blood donations in the two districts.

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Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology School of Life Sciences and Bio-Engineering

Categories

Blood, Blood Donor, Blood Banking

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